Greatest Films of the 1990s
Greatest Films of the 1990s


Greatest Films of the 1990s
1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999

1996

Bound (1996), 108 minutes, D: Andy and Larry Wachowski
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Breaking the Waves (1996, Den./Swed./Neth./Fr./Norway), 159 minutes, D: Lars von Trier
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Crash (1996), 98 minutes, D: David Cronenberg
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The English Patient (1996), 162 minutes, D: Anthony Minghella
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Fargo (1996), 97 minutes, D: Joel Coen
An offbeat, clever, kidnap whodunit-caper and black comedy, a tale of greed and crime, involving a financially-stricken Midwestern car salesman Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy) who ineptly schemes to kidnap his own wife Jean (Kristin Rudrid). When his hired henchmen Carl and Gaear (Steve Buscemi and Peter Stormare) botch the kidnapping, their murderous plan is persistently investigated by Marge Gunderson (Frances McDormand), the pregnant police chief of Brainerd, Minnesota.

Independence Day (1996), 135 minutes, D: Roland Emmerich
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Jerry Maguire (1996), 138 minutes, D: Cameron Crowe
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Lone Star (1996), 130 minutes, D: John Sayles
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Lost Highway (1996), 135 minutes, D: David Lynch
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Mission: Impossible (1996), 110 minutes, D: Brian De Palma
See Mission: Impossible series..

The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996), 103 minutes, D: Milos Forman
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The Pillow Book (1996 Fr./UK/Netherlands), 126 minutes, D: Peter Greenaway
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Scream (1996), 111 minutes, D: Wes Craven
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Secrets & Lies (1996, UK/Fr.), 142 minutes, D: Mike Leigh
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Trainspotting (1996, UK), 90 minutes, D: Danny Boyle
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Twister (1996), 117 minutes, D: Jan de Bont
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